Check the fixtures and compare ticket prices for a match at Wembley Stadium. Major football matches are held at the stadium, such as both FA CUP and League Cup finals Cups finals, as well as National Leagues and Championship promotion finals. Also, both English national football teams usually play their international fixtures at the iconic venue.
If you are in London and there is a football match at Wembley, you just can't miss the opportunity to check out this gigantic stadium and its brilliant atmosphere.
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Wembley Stadium tour tickets
The Wembley Stadium tour is for you if you have a football lover in your life or if you are a football fan yourself! The tour offers a full-guided, fun-filled experience with a local eager to share their knowledge.
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About the tour
Take an immersive tour of Wembley Stadium to follow in the footsteps of your favourite football players. This award-winning tour shows you the best parts of Wembley Stadium, including the dressing rooms, the players’ tunnel and the press room. Even the original FA Cup trophy is on display and waiting for you to take that photograph!
Imagine yourself moments before kick-off playing for your country in the England Dressing Room. As you pass through the Players Tunnel, get a glimpse of the FA Cup trophy. You can sit in the Manager’s hot seat in the Press Room. Take as many photos as possible from this magnificent stadium’s best views.
You will get to see some of Wembley’s historical items, including the 1966 England World Cup crossbar and the Jules Rimet Trophy (the former trophy awarded to the FIFA World Cup Winner) from the same year, remembering England’s one and only World Cup win…
|Monday||10:00 – 16:00|
|Tuesday||10:00 – 16:00|
|Wednesday||10:00 – 16:00|
|Thursday||10:00 – 16:00|
|Friday||10:00 – 16:00|
|Saturday||10:00 – 16:00|
|Sunday||10:00 – 16:00|
Available time slots for the Wembley Stadium Tour are subject to availability.
Tour duration: 90 minutes
About Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Wembley, London. It was built on the former site of the original Wembley Stadium which was demolished between 2002 and 2003. The stadium opened in 2007.
The venue is used for some of the most important matches in England, such as the FA Cup and EFL Cup finals. Both the Men’s and Women’s English National teams also use Wembley as their home ground for international fixtures. Some concerts also regularly take place at Wembley.
The Football Association (the FA) owns Wembley Stadium through its subsidiary Wembley National Stadium Ltd. (WNSL).
Seating capacity at Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium is the largest football venue in England with 90,000 seats. It is the second-largest venue in Europe (behind Barcelona’s Camp Nou)
Wembley Stadium seating map
How to get To Wembley Stadium?
London HA9 0WS, England
Geo-Coordinates: 51.5559570, -0.2795590
It is easy to get to Wembley Stadium from three stations on the railway. Wembley Park Station can be found two stops away from Baker Street on London Underground Metropolitan. It is also connected by the Jubilee line to provide additional connections throughout the Underground network.
Wembley Stadium Station can be found one stop from London Marylebone, on Chiltern Railways. Wembley Central Station can be reached via the London Underground Bakerloo and London Overground lines from Watford Junction and London Euston.
By Train and Tube
The three following stations serve Wembley Stadium.
- Wembley Park Station (London Underground Jubilee, Metropolitan lines)
- Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways)
- Wembley Central Station (London Underground Bakerloo, London Overground and London Midland lines)
Click one of the links to see the real-time schedule and up-to-date information about which station you are at.
All three stations offer step-free access and low-level ticket machines. Wembley Central Station, however, is accessible from the street to the platform but not from the platform to the train.
Are you looking for the most recent train times and fares? You can visit National Rail Enquiries, or call 0871 204 995
Wembley can easily be accessed by bus. Many lines to and from Central London serve routes across North West London including Line 18/N18, 83/N83, 92, 182, 206, 223, 297 and 483.
National Express offers event-specific coach services from many places in the UK.
Wembley Stadium is bicycle-friendly and bicycle parking is available at street level, on the north-east side of the venue.
We recommend using public transportation to get to Wembley as it is the easiest and cheapest way to do so during high traffic. However, if you want to get there by taxi, make sure to use a licensed mini-cab.